Joe Ledley is convinced that Celtic will be targeted by players wanting to JOIN the club.
Since the Champions League exit to Juventus there has been constant speculation about who will be leaving the club with Gary Hooper and Victor Wanyama expected to be first out the door.
Ledley enjoyed every minute of the Champions League campaign and expects to see some exciting new players sign up hoping for a slice of the Champions League action.
“I don’t worry about attracting new players to Celtic because you just have to look at the Champions League this season,” the midfielder explained. “It’s been a fantastic achievement and saved the SPL a bit as well.
“And by doing so well and reaching the last 16 it brings recognition to Scottish football and we need to try to do that again next season.
“To come to Celtic and have the chance to play in the Champions League, the best competition in the world, is an obvious attraction. Anyone would want to come. We did so well in it this season and hopefully we can kick on.”
Ledley has been on international duty over the last week but is looking forward to the resumption of domestic duties and the chance to clinch the SPL title.
“I’ve had two good games for Wales and now my aim is to return to Parkhead and hopefully take that form into Celtic and help wrap the league up,” he added.
“Two more wins could wrap it up and hopefully we can achieve that. We didn’t defend well against Aberdeen but I don’t think it’s a question of motivation.
“We know we can play better at home and hopefully we can pick up. Maybe the international break can help in the sense that it helps clear your head because we haven’t been playing as well as we should.
“When you’re on a run you don’t want it to stop but when you are not playing at your best it’s nice to clear the air before getting back to playing again.”
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